In celebration of Free RPG Day, Paizo announced a set of adventures for their tabletop games. Snag free adventures for their Pathfinder, Starfinder, and Pathfinder Adventure Card Game products this Saturday, June 15. This year’s offerings are We Be Heroes?, Skitter Crash, and We Be Heroes? for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game.

We Be Heroes? continues the story of the We Be Goblins series, which has been Paizo’s Free RPG Day offering the past several years. Take the role of goblins from the Crookedtoes tribe investigating the disappearance of the tribe’s best goblin scout. The Crookedtoes are hungry, unable to forage while the Whispering Tyrant’s undead army cuts a bloody swath through the countryside. The goblins are desperate and afraid. In their search, they come across some human knights making a certainly futile last stand. Will they join them and rise up as heroes to the land or as corpses in the undead warlord’s army to desecrate it? Written for four 1st-level goblin PCs, the We Be Goblins series continues in this wacky introduction to the Pathfinder rules.

Skitter Crash is a Starfinder adventure. Beloved skittermanders return, but angry space pirates attack and fling both vessels to a distant planet. The fuzzy skittermanders must track down their ship, avoid said angry space pirates, then work with the native muck-dwelling slug scholars to make it home. Written for four 3rd-level skittermanders, it features four pre-written characters for a quick, easy start.

The offering for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, also titled We Be Heroes?,¬†follows the same plot as We Be Heroes? for Pathfinder, above. Requiring the core set to play, it is balanced around one to four starting characters. Playing with more characters, however, will require additional sets. The players decide between a last stand and letting the Whispering Tyrant’s army overrun the Southern Fangwood.

While the materials are only available this Saturday, print editions and PDFs will be available from Paizo’s online store beginning July 1. Locate your local store participating in Free RPG Day here.


Jackson Wery

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